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December 9, 2019


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Although a cold and flu show classic symptoms, each possesses particularities that differentiate them. The cold affects us for a short period and is less aggressive than the flu, which manifests itself for a more extended period and affects the organism more severely.
Often, cough, sneezing or the sore throats cannot indicate to us whether it is the flu or a simple cold. However, the cold symptoms are fatigue, sneezing, headaches, and sore throat, followed by substantial running nose, skin color changes and get a pale look. The flu also starts suddenly and violently.
Fever, 39 to 40 degrees, is frequently accompanied by tiredness, dry cough, chills, severe headaches, eye pain and redness in the throat.
In the case of flu, fever can last from 3 to 5 days.
Cough is also present and may last up to two months, persisting even after the other symptoms disappear.
Muscle pain is much more acute than in case of a cold and chills are accompanied by abdominal and bones pain, as well as a sensation of stinging eyes.
Ginger is recommended as an adjuvant in the treatment of many diseases: cold sensitivity, sore throat, gout, asthma, early stage flu, rheumatism, motion sickness, persistent vomiting, appetite disorders, indigestion, physical and mental asthenia, convalescence and bloating.
Lemon offers the most substantial source of nutrients essential to the body, especially during this transition period from one season to another.
Vitamin C, vitamin B, riboflavin, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, protein and carbohydrates, all of which are found in lemon juice.
It is a valuable bactericide, diuretic, re-mineralizing, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, cardiac, astringent, hypotensive and more. In cold seasons, with high-temperature variations, the lemon prevents the cold, combats infections, fever, asthenia, sinusitis, and otitis.
Cloves are known especially for their strong flavor, are more than a spice, they have many health benefits.
It contains substances with antitussive action and is used in many countries to relieve the dry cough.
Cloves with honey help to expectorate and in soothe coughing crises, being effective in cold or flu.
We can prepare at home, an extraordinarily effective natural remedy for a cold and the flu from a lemon, a centimeter of ginger root (or a teaspoon of ginger powder), two cloves, one cup of water and honey to taste.
Honey can be replaced with another sweetener.
Wash and peel off the lemon and ginger.
Cut the lemon and ginger in slices.
Put the lemon, ginger, cloves, and water in the blender.
Mix well for 1 minute.
Pour the liquid in a glass and drink it, immediately after preparation.
If you do not like to feel the lemon and ginger pulp, strain the liquid before drinks.
Why do not as cold-sweets or tea from these ingredients?
Because by boiling vitamin C is destroyed and honey becomes toxic by heating.
In this variant, you will benefit from all the nutrients of the ingredients.
You can consume a maximum of 1-2 glasses daily until healing the flu or cold.
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6 Comments

  • Reply Jonathan Frost November 19, 2018 at 2:09 am

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  • Reply مخموم القلب November 19, 2018 at 3:36 am

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  • Reply Mystery 13 November 19, 2018 at 4:15 pm

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  • Reply shirvan ray November 20, 2018 at 2:04 am

    This is a very effective combination thanks

  • Reply Priscilla Cheenge November 30, 2018 at 2:29 pm

    Thanks for information you are the best

  • Reply Dr Aimel December 19, 2018 at 5:58 am

    is it ginger??????

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